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Cork Self-Guided Audio Tour
"Known as Ireland’s second capital Cork is rich with old historic churches and houses that have been around for hundreds of years. This audio tour will immerse you in its historical quays and pathways that will lead you to its famous St Patrick’s Street it's enchanting English Market and the charming church of St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral. You’ll see an abundance of traditional Irish pubs restaurants and hear traditional music as you walk through the magical city of Cork. Be sure to bask in the charismatic lifestyle of the Irish! You will also see the Queen's Old Castle French Church Street the famous Cork Butter Museum
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Cork Self-Guided Audio Tour
"Known as Ireland’s second capital Cork is rich with old historic churches and houses that have been around for hundreds of years. This audio tour will immerse you in its historical quays and pathways that will lead you to its famous St Patrick’s Street it's enchanting English Market and the charming church of St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral. You’ll see an abundance of traditional Irish pubs restaurants and hear traditional music as you walk through the magical city of Cork. Be sure to bask in the charismatic lifestyle of the Irish! You will also see the Queen's Old Castle French Church Street the famous Cork Butter Museum
From $20.00
 
Half-Day Horseback Trail Ride including Pub Lunch in Tipperary
"When you arrive you will be greeted by the friendly staff and two jack russell terriers. You will fill in your registration form and be fitted with a riding hat and boots if you do not have your own. Once you have mounted up you will have a riding assessment with a qualified instructor and the pace of the ride will be tailored to the abilities of your party. Then accompanied by a guide you will ride through our yard and up into the mountains. Even on cloudy days the views are spectacular and you will experience the real hidden beauty of Ireland. Your guide will explain to you the archaeological features of the landscape including bronz and you will get the chance to chat with the friendly pub staff. Your break will be for approx one hour. Then it will be time to mount up again to ride home by a different route taking in yet more spectacular views on the way. If your party consists of highly experienced riders there will be chances to gallop and jump during the day. If you are less experienced or unused to English riding techniques
From EUR125.00

More Things to Do in Knockmealdown Mountains

Tipperary Heritage Way & East Munster Way

After descending from the mountains the final 10 km of our walk followed the East Munster Way and later the Tipperary Heritage Way, two long distance footpaths which end near the Knockmealdown...
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Aug 19, 2007

Liam Lynch Memorial

After descending from Crohan West we found ourselves in a conifer forest, 10km from the car park where the walk ended. We got lost initially and only knew where we were when we came across the Liam...
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Aug 19, 2007

Knockshane

A quick detour from the path between Sugarloaf Hill and Knockmealdown takes you to Knockshane, the second highest peak in the Knockmealdown range, at 768m. The path to Knockshane can also be used as...
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Aug 19, 2007

Knocknagauv

After climbing Knockmealdown many people turn back and head down via Sugarloaf Hill or by Knockshane, the second highest peak. An alternative is to extend the walk to take in the eastern Knockmealdown...
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Aug 19, 2007

Knockmealdown

Knockmealdown is the highest peak in the Knockmealdown mountains and is the goal of most walkers who hike in the range. The name comes from the Irish “Cnoc Meal Mhaoldomhnaigh”, which means...
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Aug 19, 2007

Crohan West

Crohan West was the final summit we reached in the Knockmealdowns. By this time we were soaked and looking forward to getting down from the mountains. The mist was coming down fast, it was very windy...
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Aug 19, 2007
 
 
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Old Border Wall

The Knockmeladowns are split between counties Waterford and Tipperary and the border passes through many of the summits in the range, including Sugarloaf Hill, Knockmealdown and Knocknagauv. Parts of...
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Aug 19, 2007

Sugarloaf Hill

Sugarloaf Hill was the first summit we climbed in the Knockmealdowns. It takes an hour from the Vee to reach the summit, along a path which is rather poor in places. The summit is marked by a cairn...
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Aug 19, 2007

The Vee

The Vee is a sharp hairpin bend on the road from Clogheen through the gap in the Knockmealdowns. It’s the starting point for many hikes in the Knockmealdowns. There are great views from the Vee which...
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Aug 19, 2007

Grubb Monument

On the climb to Sugarloaf Hill the first place to stop is the Grubb monument which overlooks the Vee. The monument is dedicated to Samuel Grubb a 19th century local landowner. There are fine views of...
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Aug 19, 2007

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"Hiking in the Knockmealdown Mountains"
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